Faculty of Education


Bachelor of Education (Applied Learning)

Amanda Swain, Bachelor of Education (Applied Learning)

"Everyone that I worked with was very encouraging, supportive and had a wealth of knowledge to share."

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Rebecca Gray, Bachelor of Education (Applied Learning)

"The Bachelor of Education (Applied Learning) provided me with the theoretical underpinnings of what it means to be a quality teacher."

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Kristen Bacon, Bachelor of Education (Applied Learning)

"Whilst studying at UTAS I was given a lot of opportunity to work in a range of schools and colleges."

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Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood)

Stephanie Heathcote, Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood)

"It was a wonderful surprise to win the Young Teacher of the Year award. It was such a compliment to have been nominated."

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Bachelor of Education (Primary)

Craig Gooding, Bachelor of Education (Primary)

"I wanted to make the difference, and inspire students, giving all young people the chance they deserve."

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Sophie Edwards, Bachelor of Education (Primary)

"The practical experiences were exceptionally beneficial as I was able to observe professionals and make connections with teachers at various schools around the North."

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Georgia Garwood, Bachelor of Education (Primary)

"I loved all of the special interest subjects, like learning about music and fine arts."

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Katrina Dubé, Bachelor of Education (Primary)

"The course teaches you to recognise best teaching practices and how to merge it with the Australian Curriculum to create meaningful educational experiences for students."

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Stephanie Manning, Bachelor of Education (Primary)

"I am the first to attend University in my immediate family and I feel extremely proud and privileged that I was able to further my education through UTAS and achieve the career of my choice."

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Bachelor of Human Movement

Brendon Bolton, Bachelor of Human Movement

"The ‘real learning opportunities’ we had within our course to apply and experiment with various teaching strategies was valuable."

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